Program

IAMSLIC Conference – Brief program – revised October 10, 2013

IAMSLIC Conference – Full program – revised October 14, 2013

Unless otherwise noted, all events are held in the Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Ecosystems Research (CoE) at the Oceanographic Center, Nova Southeastern University.

Saturday, October 19

1300-1700 Pre-conference workshop (5th Floor Boardroom). Meet in Hotel lobby at 1230. Shuttle leaves at 1245 sharp!
Developing your role in the data management planning process / Jennifer Walton, Coordinator of Library Services, MBLWHOI Library, Marine Biological Laboratory | Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MA, USA
Lunch included for participants.

Sunday, October 20

0845-1400 Optional field trip to Flamingo Gardens. Meet in Hotel lobby at 0845. Bus leaves 0900 sharp!

1430-1630 First IAMSLIC Executive Board Meeting (Hollywood Beach Marriott Hotel, Atlantic Ballroom)

1830-2100 WELCOME RECEPTION (Hollywood Beach Marriott Hotel, Outdoor Terrace) – sponsored by Inter-Research

Monday, October 21

0800-0830 Meet in Hotel Lobby. Shuttles leave 0815, 0830, 0845.

0830-0900 Registration, Speaker set-up (3rd Floor Auditorium)

0900-0945 Conference Welcome

  • Jaime Goldman, IAMSLIC Conference Host
  • Lydia Acosta, Vice President for Information Services and University Librarian, NSU
  • Richard Dodge, Professor and Dean, NSU Oceanographic Center & Executive Director, National Coral Reef Institute
  • Maria Kalentsits, IAMSLIC President
  • Sally Taylor, IAMSLIC Conference Convener

0945-1030 Invited Speaker: The lion, the web, and the globe: web-based software development and data visualization / Matthew Johnston, Research Scientist/Scientific Computer Programmer, NSU Oceanographic Center

1030-1100 Break (3rd Floor Collaboration Area)

SESSION 1: Embedded Librarianship (panel)
Moderator: Kristen Metzger, CSA Ocean Sciences, Inc., FL, USA

1100-1230 Embedded librarianship in environmental consulting; and the “good news” about the Deepwater Horizon oil spill / Kristen Metzger, CSA Ocean Sciences, Inc., FL, USA
Communicating spill science: COAST at the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (GCRL) / Joyce Shaw, Jessica A. Kastler, University of Southern Mississippi, Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, MS, USA
Barracks-based library instruction for female STEM majors / Elizabeth Connor, The Citadel, Daniel Library, SC, USA
Embedded online library support in online courses at Marine Institute / Catherine Lawton, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Marine Institute, Dr. C.R. Barrett Library, Canada

1230-1330 Lunch (2nd Floor Terrace Café) – sponsored by ProQuest

SESSION 2: Instruction
Moderator: Pauline Simpson, Central Caribbean Marine Institute & OceanDocs, Cayman Islands

1330-1400 You too can be an Ocean Teacher / Barbara Butler, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, OR, USA
1400-1415 Welcome to Joint GEMIM / Linda Pikula, NOAA/Miami Regional Library, FL, USA
1415-1445 11,664 kilometers across the sea : bridging the student support gap to the Pacific Islands / Beth Fuseler Avery, Cindy Batman, Yvonne Chandler, University of North Texas, TX, USA; Jane Barnwell, PREL – Pacific Resources for Education and Learning, HI, USA

SESSION 3: Posters
Moderator: Marcel Brannemann, Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Germany

1445-1515 Brief (3-5 min) poster talks

1515-1600 Break & Poster Viewing (2nd Floor Terrace Café)

SESSION 4: GIS & Data
Moderator: Michelle Leonard, University of Florida, Marston Science Library, FL, USA

1600-1630 GIS data citation rates: is data being properly credited in lists of references? / Kristen LaBonte, University of California Santa Barbara, CA, USA
1630-1700 Developing and implementing data services at an undergraduate institution / Jeanine Scaramozzino, California Polytechnic State University, CA, USA

1700-1830 Joint GEMIM Meeting (5th Floor Boardroom)

1900-2100 SAIL Dinner Meeting (Hollywood Beach Marriott Hotel, Atlantic Ballroom)

Tuesday, October 22

0815 All meet in Hotel Lobby.  Bus leaves 0830 sharp!

0830-0900 Speaker set-up (3rd Floor Auditorium)

SESSION 5: Partnerships & Collaboration
Moderator: Guillermina Cosulich, INIDEP (National Institute for Fisheries Research and Development), Argentina

0900-0930 Collaboration for success: a new library/information commons at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy / Susan Berteaux, Massachusetts Maritime Academy, MA, USA; Mark Freeman, Architect, Perry Dean Rogers | Partners Architects, MA, USA
0930-1000 An insight into the contribution of partnerships and collaboration to NaFIRRI Library for the past 60 years / Alice Endra, National Fisheries Resources Research Institute (NaFIRRI), Uganda
1000-1030 Tapping into collective intelligence: making a big project work in a small library / Rebecca Morin, California Academy of Sciences, CA, USA

1030-1100 Break (3rd Floor Collaboration Area)

SESSION 6: Outreach
Moderator: Ruth Gustafson, University of California Davis, CA, USA

1100-1130 Bioluminescence: an adventure in learning and outreach / Dorothy Barr, Harvard University, Ernst Mayr Library of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, MA, USA
1130-1200 Creating a bright future: a library moves science learning forward / Anne K. Moser, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin’s Water Library, WI, USA

1200-1330 Group Photo at NSU. Transport to International Game Fish Association (IGFA) and Lunch – afternoon sponsored by Cengage Learning

1330-1400 Dolphin sponsor presentation: Smithsonian: Understanding & sustaining a bio-diverse planet / Gerald Sawchuk, Senior Director, New Products, Learning and Research Solutions, Cengage Learning, USA

1400-1530 First IAMSLIC Business Meeting

1530-1730 IGFA exhibits and library tours

1530-1630 Second Executive Board Meeting

Wednesday, October 23

0800-0830 Meet in Hotel Lobby. Shuttles leave 0815, 0830, 0845.

0830-0900 Speaker set-up (3rd Floor Auditorium)

0900-0930 Invited Speaker: Coral reef remote sensing / Dr. Sam Purkis, NSU OC National Coral Reef Institute (NCRI)

SESSION 7: Research Dissemination
Moderator: Barbara Butler, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, OR, USA

0930-1000 Distribution, use and visibility of SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department publications: initiatives of the library / Stephen Alayon, Daryl L. Superio, Jesserylle G. de la Peña, Elvi S. Nemiz, Analyn J. Gersabalino, Agustina T. Mosquera, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC), Philippines
1000-1030 Using OpenSource software for repository and library catalogue: the experience of some African marine libraries / Arame Ndiaye Keita, Direction des Pêches Maritimes, Marine Information and Documentation Center, Senegal

1030-1100 Break (3rd Floor Collaboration Area) — Last chance to bid at the GUIN AUCTION (3rd Floor Seminar Room)

SESSION 8: Spotlight on Florida
Moderator: Elizabeth Fish, University of Miami, FL, USA

1100-1130 What lies beneath: a special collections odyssey / Angela Clark-Hughes, University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Library, FL, USA
1130-1200 Consolidating the record: accessing Florida’s historical environmental records / Gail Donovan, New College of Florida, Jane Bancroft Cook Library, FL, USA; Susan Stover, Mote Marine Laboratory, Arthur Vining Davis Library & Archive, FL, USA; Fred Lohrer, Archbold Biological Station, FL, USA

1200-1230 Dolphin sponsor presentation: Matthias Seaman, Inter-Research, Germany

1230-1400 Lunch (2nd Floor Terrace Café) and Tours of Coral Nursery – sponsored by Nova Southeastern University

SESSION 9: Green Flash
Moderator: Kristen LaBonte, University of California Santa Barbara, CA, USA

1400-1500 Brief (3-5 min) presentations on new technologies, services, resources, initiatives, etc.
The Green Flash is the moment of green light that flashes just as the sun sets or rises over open water. The Green Flash in IAMSLIC are those brilliant moments of clarity or insight that occur. They are brief discussions about new discoveries or moments of brilliance in our libraries. Have you got a program to brag about that was particularly successful? Have a new resource that others might find useful? Found a particularly funny cartoon we can all enjoy? Contact Kristen at klabonte@library.ucsb.edu if you would like share news, reviews and other flashes of insight with colleagues.

1630-1730 Water taxi to Banquet
1730-2130 BANQUET (Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six Hotel, Pier Top)
2130-2230 Return by water taxi
Note: there will transport by vehicle for those not wanting to go by boat.

Thursday, October 24

0800-0830 Meet in Hotel Lobby. Shuttles leave 0815, 0830, 0845.

0830-0900 Speaker set-up (3rd Floor Auditorium)

SESSION 10: Library Consolidations (panel)
Moderator: Maureen Nolan, University of Washington, WA, USA
0900-1000 Thriving after surviving library consolidations / Sally Taylor, University of British Columbia, Canada; Amy Butros, University of California San Diego, CA, USA; Maureen Nolan, University of Washington, WA, USA

SESSION 11: Aquatic Commons
Moderator: Joan Parker, MLML/MBARI Research Library, CA, USA
1000-1030 Aquatic Commons update / Joan Parker, MLML/MBARI Research Library, CA, USA

1030-1100 Break (3rd Floor Collaboration Area)

1100-1200 Second IAMSLIC Business Meeting

1200-1220 Invitation to 40th IAMSLIC Conference in New Caledonia / Mary-Clare Ame, Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), Noumea Library, New Caledonia

1220-1230 Conference closure

1230-1600 Aquatic Commons work party
Lunch first for participants (CoE 2nd Floor Terrace Café)
Get to work! (Forman Building — 2nd Floor Computer Lab)

Friday, October 25

0845-1930 Optional field trip to Billie Swamp Safari. Meet in Hotel lobby at 0845. Bus leaves 0900 sharp!